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Troubled by other medical professionals speaking out against the use of face coverings as means to fight the spread of the novel coronavirus, Dr. Jeff Farrow, a pulmonologist and critical care doctor, decided he too had to speak out — against those he sees as acting irresponsibly in the midst of a pandemic that’s already killed more than 200,000 Americans.

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LIBERTY — Feeling stressed in these unpredictable times? Through a partnership with Serenity on the Square, Liberty Parks and Recreation, Human Kind, Villalobos Vitality, and the Wild Gypsy, a chance to learn how recharge will be at Stocksdale Park, 901 S. LaFrenz Road, from 2 to 4 p.m. Satu…

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Col. Eric T. Olson, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, reminds drivers that deer are more active and create hazards for Missouri motorists this time of year.

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Remember who ran for president and vice president against Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush in 1984? Sitting around our dinner table, it took a while for my kids to answer. In fact, they were stumped. (Thank you, Siri and Google.) Answer: Walter Mondale with Geraldine Ferraro.

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DEAR DR. ROACH: I am looking for advice on diet pills. I have tried everything. I eat well, go to the gym and walk, but my meniscus problem limits my walking speed. Since menopause, I have gained 30 pounds. I am sure there is something out there that will kick-start my metabolism. I am so de…

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The nonprofit Love INC of Clay County has a gap ministry that fills any unmet needs or “gaps” in community services for people in need. The primary focus is providing clients with the opportunity to receive personal care and household cleaning items with dignity, according to the group's website.

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While October is designated as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the third week in October is officially known as Male Breast Cancer Awareness Week. Several states are starting to recognize the week, and for one local Kansas City family, the week is a start, but not the finish line.

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Missouri voters should vote “yes” on Amendment 3. A “yes” vote is a chance to correct a mistake made two years ago, but more importantly, a vote necessary to protect Missouri communities, both in the physical sense, and in communities of interest as well.